Showing posts from January, 2014

Cane toads adapt rapidly to cool temperatures and are invading high elevation in New South Wales

Leatherback movements associated with food

Capitol Hill wants to regulate snakes

A new on-line herp journal from CNAH

Ripples in the water and the male tungara frog

Schouteden’s sun snake, Helophis schoutedeni a forgotten aquatic snake from central Africa

Taxonomic changes for two shieldtailed snakes in the genus Uropeltis

The herpetofauna of Manú National Park, highest species count of any known localilty

More Rattlesnake Round-up Perspective

For Second Year in Row, Tens of Thousands Ask Last Remaining Georgia “Rattlesnake Roundup” to Switch to Humane Wildlife Festival

Salamanders & Forest Health

A new arrangement for African plated lizards and two new genera

A strange snake story from Alaska

Catalina Rattlesnakes

An evo-devo look at limb develpment

A new species of the Rhinella from the montane forest of the Selva Central, Peru.

A new framework for studying blindsnakes, a previously underestimated snake diversity

The ancient blindsnake family Xenotyphlopidae becomes monotypic

Tiktaalik roseae, a 375 MY fish, has a pelvic girdle

Rattlesnake round-ups are in the near future and the rhetoric heats up.

Pentastomid infections in Australian Snakes

A prediction: a big year for reptiles